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For many, this is becoming a sad routine, and for cartoonists its becoming increasingly difficult to differentiate between attacks in their creations.
Yet, some comfort can be found in the common thread that runs through all of them: defiance, and resilience.
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Patrick Blower's cartoon for the Daily Telegraph drew on the iconic Shard, lit up for peace.
Patrick Blower on London Bridge terrorist attack last night - political cartoon gallery in Putney https://t.co/UXFAbLZWeD — Political Cartoon (@Political Cartoon)
Similarly, the cartoon by Brian Adcock for the Independent also included the Shard, and went for a more robust use of two fingers.
Morten Morland on Theresa May's enough is enough after London Bridge attack – political cartoon gallery in Putney https://t.co/hU0Mxq1XIi — Political Cartoon (@Political Cartoon)
The Children's Laureate Chris Riddell shared this cartoon on his Instagram.
And other tributes came from cartoonists around the world.
.@jonkudelka's cartoon today. https://t.co/nKCjhhGDFS #LondonAttacks https://t.co/qBFIhcYQoo — The Australian (@The Australian)
There were some exceptions to these images of defiance. Some sought to criticise the government ahead of Thursday's general election.
Martin Rowson on Theresa May's comments on extremism – political cartoon gallery in Putney https://t.co/VeMYLMjcOt — Political Cartoon (@Political Cartoon)
And there were also cartoons which criticised the response of President of the United States Donald Trump.
.@roweafr's latest cartoon. For more: https://t.co/D2Cj5SxEWu https://t.co/U6hm2k9vp7 — Financial Review (@Financial Review)